20th December 2017
Burry Port Junior School Concert (small ensembles)
25th December 2017
8th January 2018
Pupils return to school
At Ysgol Glan-y-Môr School we foster an ethos of community and family spirit. We have an excellent reputation for both the high quality of our teaching and learning and our approach to pastoral care, pupil support and guidance.
Starting at a new school is an exciting time and we work hard to make sure that the transition from primary to secondary school is a positive experience for everyone. We welcome enquiries from parents of all pupils - past, present and future.
Glan-y-Môr School is an 11-16 school of approximately 500 pupils, set in beautiful and extensive grounds along the coastal strip in Burry Port. Our academic results are consistently high and we strive to provide the best possible education for each pupil's needs. The dedicated team of teachers and support staff here ensure that our pupils not only achieve their very best, but also grow to become well-rounded, model citizens.
Our vibrant and varied extra-curricular activities are an important part of school life and these are always well attended. Glan-y-Môr pupils have an excellent reputation in the community for outstanding behaviour and courtesy. Glan-y-Môr works in partnership with Ysgol Bryngwyn School in Llanelli, which enriches the opportunities and experiences available to all pupils. Estyn inspections highlighted many good and outstanding features. Literacy and Numeracy are two of our top priorities for raising achievement and tackling disadvantage across both schools.
Glan-y-Môr is an exciting place to learn and we are building on our strengths through our Essential Skills and Welsh Baccalaureate programmes. In a world of rapid change and global opportunities, we work with parents and the community to equip our pupils with the personal qualities, skills, adaptability and maturity to succeed wherever they go.